Anki logo copyright question
Anki is licensed under the AGPL3 (GNU Affero General Public License
3), but the logo is licensed with the following conditions. IANAL,
and cannot work out whether these make the use more restrictive or
less, and therefore whether there is a problem with DFSG-freeness of
the logo. Advice would be welcomed.
Anki's logo is copyright Alex Fraser, and is licensed under the AGPL3
like the rest of Anki's code, but with extra provisions to allow more
liberal use of the logo under limited conditions.
Under the following conditions, Anki's logo may be included in blogs,
newspaper articles, books, videos and other such material about Anki.
* The logo must be used to refer to Anki, AnkiMobile or AnkiDroid,
and a link to https://apps.ankiweb.net must be provided. When your
content is focused specifically on AnkiDroid, a link to
may be provided instead of the first link.
* The branding of your website or publication must be more prominent
than the Anki logo, to make it clear that the text/video/etc you
are publishing is your own content and not something originating
from the Anki project.
* The logo must be used unmodified - no cropping, changing of colours
or adding or deleting content is allowed. You may resize the image
provided the horizontal and vertical dimensions are resized